All of our books are available online at our online bookstore, where we offer fast and reliable delivery to your door with multiple payment options. If that doesn't tickle your fancy, we have physical book retailers across the country who carry our books and other amazing local titles... have a look at our interactive map below to find a bookstore near you.
Exclusive Books is one of South Africa's largest bookselling chains with stores throughout the country, including a presence in Botswana and Namibia. They are perhaps the most popular local bookstore chain. The bookstore chain, originally a family-run store, is now owned and operated by a private group of investors. They stock all titles across genres and age-groups.
Bargain Books, established in 1988, is South Africa’s leading discount book retailer with 80 stores across the country. They aim to provide readers with quality and innovative books, but focus on providing exceptional value for money. Bargain Books won SA Bookseller of the year 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018 and 2019 and are currently the leaders in Afrikaans, Children’s and Mass Market fiction in SA.
Readers Warehouse is one of South Africa’s most popular discount book retailers, focused on providing readers with amazing discounts on bestselling books. As they trade with new titles and books for clearance, you can often discover exceptional deals here.
Wordsworth Books are a smaller, more focused bookstore chain. As of 2023, they have been trading for over 30 years and have grown to a chain of 14 stores, 12 of which are in the Western Cape. They are often involved in supporting local book events and provide discounts to bulk orders by schools, book clubs and libraries. They stock all titles across genres and age-groups.
Independent bookstores have recently seen a rise in South Africa, which is motivating to see as they are the beating heart of local bookselling culture. The most popular independent bookstores that we supply are The Book Lounge (Cape Town), Mighty Small (Cape Town), and Love Books (Johannesburg). Wherever possible, we would recommend supporting independent bookstores.